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For CHI 2020 we will have a two-step submission process with two important deadlines: Abstract Deadline: Authors must submit their title abstract (150 word max) list of authors subcommittee selections and other metadata before this deadline 2017-2-8[Proceedings of the London Symposium on the History of the Book and Literary Cultures July 2004] 'Towards a genetics of the Shuo fu blocks: a study of Bodleian Sinica 933 and 939' in Isobe Akira ed T ō Ajiya shuppan bunka kenky ū – Niwatazumi [Studies of Publishing Culture in East Asia - Niwatazumi] Tokyo 2004 pp 153–164

Proceedings

CHI 2020 Free Proceedings CHI 2020 Extended Abstracts CHI 2020 Program Recent Updates CHI 2020 Remote Presentations 17th June 2020 CHI 2020 update 25th March 2020 CHI 2020 reimbursement policy 20th March 2020 Past Deadlines August 1st 2019 SIGCHI Student Travel Grant September 13th 2019

2012-4-2[45] R Sinha K Swearingen The role of transparency in recommender systems in: Proceedings of the CHI'06 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2002 pp 830-831 [46] A D J Cooke H Sujan M Sujan B A Weitz Marketing the unfamiliar: the role of context and item-specific information in electronic agent recommendations Journal of Marketing Research 39

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Invitations are usually made within one year of a paper being accepted by the journal For example papers being invited for presentations at CHI 2020 will normally have been accepted between November 2018 and October 2019 Authors should also be aware that each ToCHI and TSC paper can be presented at only one ACM conference

Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems The full proceedings are available in the ACM Digital Library Click a paper title to access the full text in the ACM Digital Library Papers are free to access for a one year period starting from the beginning of the CHI

For Authors

Call for participation CHI 2020 uses the following selection processes each with different levels of review feedback and opportunities for republication Please review the selection process for your submission category to ensure it matches your expectations Formally reviewed: Papers Juried: Late-Breaking Works Case Studies alt chi Student Game Competition Student Research Competition

Annual SIGCHI Conference: Human Factors in Computing Systems The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (or CHI as it is typically called) is the premier international conference for the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Our CHI conference archive page has details of the conference series including the steering committee past events numbers of papers

The proceedings will be available in the ACM Digital Library as planned and they will be accessible for free for a one year period starting from 25 April 2020 (the original day for the beginning of CHI 2020) Thank you for all your support during these unusual times Mahalo Your General Chairs Regina Floyd

2017-2-8[Proceedings of the London Symposium on the History of the Book and Literary Cultures July 2004] 'Towards a genetics of the Shuo fu blocks: a study of Bodleian Sinica 933 and 939' in Isobe Akira ed T ō Ajiya shuppan bunka kenky ū – Niwatazumi [Studies of Publishing Culture in East Asia - Niwatazumi] Tokyo 2004 pp 153–164

2020-8-17CHI '18- Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing SystemsThe proceedings are available in the ACM Digital LibraryJust follow the ACM link in the web program to go directly to a specific paper and find its PDF (available to

2012-4-2[45] R Sinha K Swearingen The role of transparency in recommender systems in: Proceedings of the CHI'06 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2002 pp 830-831 [46] A D J Cooke H Sujan M Sujan B A Weitz Marketing the unfamiliar: the role of context and item-specific information in electronic agent recommendations Journal of Marketing Research 39

2017-2-8[Proceedings of the London Symposium on the History of the Book and Literary Cultures July 2004] 'Towards a genetics of the Shuo fu blocks: a study of Bodleian Sinica 933 and 939' in Isobe Akira ed T ō Ajiya shuppan bunka kenky ū – Niwatazumi [Studies of Publishing Culture in East Asia - Niwatazumi] Tokyo 2004 pp 153–164